HomeWatch 101

Watch 101

This thing is improved in just about every way. What's everyone complaining about? Originally published by Danny Milton on Hodinkee, April 9th 2021 Rolex doesn't do

A Comprehensive Collector's Guide To The Rolex Explorer I Mapping the ascent of Rolex's go-anywhere watch. Originally published by Jon Bues on Hodinkee, February 4th 2022 With

In 1953 three timepieces were introduced that are considered the first dive watches to come to market, they were the Blancpain FiftyFathoms, the Zodiac

This Article is part of a series written by editors of Hodinkee.com. This Article was written by: Tony Traina. The modern Rolex Submariner references 16610,

Model numbers: those sometimes short and sometimes long string of numbers and letters associated with every watch must serve some purpose. Each watchmaker has

This Article is part of a series written by editors of Hodinkee.com. This Article was written by: Mark Kauzlarich What started out as practical waterproofing

Second Opinions: Are There Too Few Rolex Or Too Many Millionaires? In which I discover the laws of supply and demand. Originally published by Jack Forster

This Article is part of a series written by editors of Hodinkee.com. This Article was written by: Tony Traina. A chronograph is a versatile tool

Hands-On The Patek Philippe Calatrava Ref. 6119 The arrival of the next-generation Calatrava. Originally published by KYOSUKE SATO on HODINKEE, January 5th 2022 What was the biggest news

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